Five Days of Violence Prevention | Humphrey Ndondo
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Humphrey Ndondo


Humphrey M. Ndondo is a Public Health Practitioner who holds a Masters Degree in Public Health – Epidemiology from the College of Health Sciences, University of Zimbabwe. Currently, Humphrey is the Director of the Sexual Rights Centre, Zimbabwe. He has been involved in human rights advocacy efforts for various marginalised communities including sex workers, LGBT persons, survivors of sexual and gender-based violence and people with disabilities. Prior to his engagements as a human rights defender, Humphrey had a stint in psychosocial rehabilitation as an Occupational Therapist and a Field Coordinator on the Zimbabwe Field Epidemiology Training Programme at the University of Zimbabwe. His current research work involves exploring the lived heterosexist experiences of LGBT persons in Zimbabwe, lived experiences and vulnerability to HIV among young persons in sex work, as well as unpacking the intersection of religion, culture and human rights for sexual minorities.

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